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Measuring Lness

  • 21 March 2023
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I have a product whose target use is N days a week, but I’m not finding a straightforward way to measure Lness. I first tried to solve for this using custom retention brackets, but that wouldn’t give me what I need as they’re tied to specific days (retention on D1-D3, or retention D4-7, etc.).


Is there a way to measure Lness on Amplitude? 

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Best answer by Saish Redkar 21 March 2023, 18:10

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Hi @Analía 

Have you tried using the Stickiness Chart - https://help.amplitude.com/hc/en-us/articles/230901928?

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Unfortunately, based on the given context, there is no clear answer to the question of whether there is a way to measure Lness on Amplitude.

 

Some suggestions to explore: 

 

@Saish Redkar though not as accurate as I’d like, this gets me part of the way there. 

If what I’m interpreting is correct, the Stickiness chart shows distribution of how often users repeat an event in a week / month. I can derive insights from this, though it would be great to have a more specific Lness analysis. That way I could get, for example, a ratio of L2+/7 (and not have to add the values manually). 

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